Gallup Poll Finds ‘Nones’ Most Likely to be Pro-Choice

A new Gallup poll finds that people who claim no religious faith — atheists, agnostics, and (annoyingly) people who are “spiritual but not religious” — are most likely to be “pro-choice” and least likely to be “pro-life”:

Americans who profess no religious identity are the most heavily pro-choice, at 80%, with 15% calling themselves pro-life. This group is followed by liberals and Democrats, among whom pro-choicers outnumber pro-lifers by at least 2-1.

We’re in good company. And the list gets scarier the lower you go…

"> "A zygote/embryo/foetus is [an organism], regardless of whether or not it was created by ..."

Here’s Why the Fertility Clinic “Dilemma” ..."
"That's what makes it so miraculous!"

This Air Force Museum Includes an ..."

Browse Our Archives

Follow Us!


What Are Your Thoughts?leave a comment